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windsucking

(wĭnd′sŭk′ĭng)
n.
The injurious habit of drawing in and swallowing air. Used of horses.

wind′suck′er n.

windsucking

equine neurosis manifested by arching the neck, swallowing air and grunting; there is no grasping of objects.
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Type One is a windsucker who has twice broken his pelvis, but these problems haven't stopped him winning races and he romped home in the claimer.
He was an absolutely lovely horse and the only thing against him was that he was a windsucker," said O'Byrne.
He went to the sales and was sold to Richard Whitaker, but was returned because he was a windsucker.
For windsuckers, we've a special collar that helps them," Maxine Flint adds.